An internship is a temporary position for students that have an emphasis on providing intentional learning objectives tied to the student’s career goals or field of study. Internships are very important in a student’s career development as it can help students:
Once a student is identified for needing an internship and are approved by their interested area, the Office of Volunteer Services and Community Engagement processes and onboards non-clinical, unpaid interns. To intern at our facility, you must be 18 years of age or older as well as an undergraduate or graduate student.
Our office does not provide any shadowing, practicum, or observership experiences.
If you are not an Augusta University student seeking an internship, a Memorandum of Understanding must be completed between our legal department and the attending university or college of the student prior to onboarding.
The Office of Volunteer Services & Community Engagement does not provide opportunities for individuals to shadow or observe physicians. Those desiring to participate in an observership must be recommended by an AUMC manager or medical staff member. He/she must be approved by the department director or clinical service chief of the department where the observership will take place, and the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) or his/her designee. The person who is supervising the observer is responsible for fulfilling the provisions of this policy and contacting the CMO’s office for implementation of the approval process. For additional information, please email Mary Tipton at email@example.com.
Submit an application.
Come in for an interview with Volunteer Services & the department of interest.
Pass your health screening and background check. Get a flu shot & PPD test.
Attend and complete an Orientation led by Volunteer Services.